Dr. DeCelles is a number theorist with specific interest in the spectral theory of automorphic forms. She recently participated in workshops at the Institute for Computational and Experimental Research in Mathematics (ICERM) and the Centre International de Rencontres Mathématiques (CIRM). She is involved with Women in Numbers and Project NExT. Since her week at CIRM in France, she has added new life goal: to make croissants from scratch.
Education
20092011 University of Minnesota, Mathematics PhD, May 2011
Thesis advisor: Paul Garrett
Dissertation title: Automorphic Partial Differential Equations and Spectral Theory with Applications to Number Theory
20052009 University of Minnesota, Mathematics, MS, April 2009
20012005 University of Chicago, Mathematics, BS, June 2005
Awards and Distinctions
◦ Project NExT Fellowship, 20122013
◦ Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, 20102011
◦ NSFfunded summer research assistantships, 20082010
◦ Evelyn R. Garbe Scholarship for Women in Mathematics, 20032005
◦ (University of Chicago) cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
Research Interests
Automorphic forms, number theory, representation theory. I am particularly interested in number theoretic applications of the automorphic spectral theory of higher rank groups.
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MATH 113  01  Calculus I  M  W  F    1055  1200  OWS 250  
Description of course Genetics B/ Lab: 
CRN: 20207
4 Credit Hours
Instructor: Amy T. DeCelles
An introductory course in calculus: limits; derivatives and integrals of algebraic, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions of one real variable; applications of the derivative in engineering and the natural sciences. Prerequisite: a grade of C or above in MATH 105 or a satisfactory score on the mathematics placement examination. (Four years of high school mathematics, including college algebra and trigonometry, also are recommended as background for this course.) NOTE: Students who receive credit for MATH 113 may not receive credit for MATH 108, 109, or 111.
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MATH 113  02  Calculus I  M  W  F    1215  1320  OWS 250  
Description of course Genetics B/ Lab: 
CRN: 20208
4 Credit Hours
Instructor: Amy T. DeCelles
An introductory course in calculus: limits; derivatives and integrals of algebraic, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions of one real variable; applications of the derivative in engineering and the natural sciences. Prerequisite: a grade of C or above in MATH 105 or a satisfactory score on the mathematics placement examination. (Four years of high school mathematics, including college algebra and trigonometry, also are recommended as background for this course.) NOTE: Students who receive credit for MATH 113 may not receive credit for MATH 108, 109, or 111.
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MATH 301  01  Abstract Algebra I  M  W  F    0815  0920  OSS 214  
Description of course Genetics B/ Lab: 
CRN: 21126
4 Credit Hours
Instructor: Amy T. DeCelles
Properties of sets, relations and mappings; introduction to groups, rings and fields. Offered every spring semester. Prerequisite: A grade of C or above in MATH 240
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MATH 114  01  Calculus II  M  W  F    0935  1040  OWS 275  
Description of course Genetics B/ Lab: 
CRN: 40228
4 Credit Hours
Instructor: Amy T. DeCelles
Techniques of integration; applications of integration; infinite series; parametric/polar equations. Prerequisite: a grade of C or above in MATH112 or 113 or 109
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MATH 114  03  Calculus II  M  W  F    1215  1320  OSS LL18  
Description of course Genetics B/ Lab: 
CRN: 41065
4 Credit Hours
Instructor: Amy T. DeCelles
Techniques of integration; applications of integration; infinite series; parametric/polar equations. Prerequisite: a grade of C or above in MATH112 or 113 or 109
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MATH 302  01  Abstract Algebra II  M  W  F    0815  0920  OSS 214  
Description of course Genetics B/ Lab: 
CRN: 42570
4 Credit Hours
Instructor: Amy T. DeCelles
Topics in modern algebra with applications. Includes material selected from the theory of groups, rings, and fields; linear algebra; Boolean algebra and discrete structures. Prerequisite: A grade of C or above MATH 301
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